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One of the many attractions of your relocation and the jump into “North Carolina Living” is the convenient location not only to the beaches, mountains, and all points in between in state, but also the central locale to most major spots in both the north and southeastern U.S. Case in point, just a few short hours up the road from Rocky Mount’s premier North Carolina golf community, Belmont Lake Preserve, you are “never too far from” world class fishing and so much more in Hatteras NC and the Outer Banks.

Hatteras NC

The Graveyard of the Atlantic Maritime Museum

The “southernmost” community on Hatteras Island, Hatteras NC is renowned not only for its beauty and the Cape Hatteras lighthouse, but also for the best fishing on the Outer Banks. From its humble beginnings in the 1700s , the very first people to settle in Hatteras NC relied on the abundance of fish in the small town, until eventually many years later the village evolved into what is now referred to as the “blue marlin capital of the world.”

Although being only 15 miles off of the Gulf Stream and offering what many consider to be the best charter fishing off the coast of North Carolina, Hatteras NC has much more to offer than just that which is alluring to the fisherman. Tourists have also praised the beaches at Hatteras NC and locals alike as “like no other anywhere in the world.” The Hatteras NC beaches offer both vehicular and pedestrian access in addition to countless opportunities for an array of beach water sports and activities that include swimming, windsurfing, canoeing, kayaking, and kiteboarding.

Hatteras NC

The Atlantic Ocean at Cape Hatteras Beach NC

In addition to the fishing and watersports offered at Hatteras NC, there are several other local attractions that have made this one of the most desirable destinations in all of the Outer Banks. First and foremost, the shopping, entertainment, and great food offered at the Hatteras Landing complex sits at the heart of the village. Also, the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum gives visitors a look back at the rich msritime history of Hatteras NC and the fascinating stories of days gone by involving Hatteras Island and the sea.

With an assortment of special events throughout the calendar year catering to all tastes and lifestyle including the annual mid-Sepetmber, “Day at the Docks,” October’s “Wings Over Water,” or the “Hatteras Grand Slam” in early July, Hatteras NC offers something for everyone visiting their quaint waterfront village. For more information on Hatteras NC and all the beaches of the Outer Banks, visit outerbanks.org.


Rocky Mount Children's event

Ringing in the new season, this Friday, June 17, Braswell Memorial Library will host its Summer Reading Kick-Off Party, marking the start of their a Summer Reading Club with the annual Rocky Mount Children’s Event taking place just minutes from your new home at Belmont Lake Preserve.

The Rocky Mount Children’s Event, which is held every June, will start at 10:00 a.m. and run until 1:00 p.m. on the back lawn and pavilion area of the library located at 727 North Grace Street. The “Summer Reading Kick Off Party is aimed at encouraging the children to sign up for the Reading Club, which this Summer is following the theme of “On Your Mark, Get Set…READ!”

This Friday’s Rocky Mount Children’s Event will feature much more than just sign-ups, however, with games, snacks, and fun activities for the kids throughout the day. Several special guests will also be on hand to greet the kids, including, the Chik-Fil-A Cow, Sparky the Firedog, McGruff the Crime Dog, the “Balloon Lady, a stilt walker, and a magician.

The Summer Reading Club at Braswell Memorial Library kicks into full gear immediately following the Kick Off Party on this upcoming Tueday, June 21 and will run throughout the remainder of the month and for the entire month of July as well. For those who sign up for the club, there are prize giveaways for five different age groups ranging from toddlers to adults, where each member and age group has goals set for them to reach, goals earns the prizes once they have reached their different goal throughout the program. A full schedule for the Summer Reading Club can be seen here.

The five different groups for the Summer Reading Club are:

  • Read-to-Me Group– This group consist of toddlers and preschool age children whose parents, older brothers or sisters, or caregiver reads to them. Once they have had 30 books read to them this Summer, they receive a prize book of their choosing.
  • Elementary Reader Group– This is the first age group that reads by themselves. They get to choose their prize book once they have finished 15 books this summer.
  • Young Adult Group– This group gets into reader longer and more advanced books and once they have finished seven of these, they get to select their prize.
  • Adult Group– Adults are encouraged to get in on the reading club as well. By turning in their “Reading Record Sheets” weekly, they earn a small prize and are entered into the grand prizes drawing to be held on the club’s final day, July 30.
  • Genealogy/History Group– Another group for the adults, this one focuses on those readers interested in their family lineage and history. These members will also earn a small prize for turning in “Reading Record Sheets” each week and in doing so will be entered in the grand prizes drawing as well.



The Main Course at Belmont
The Main Course at Belmont

Mouth watering steaks and chops are a staple at The Main Course

They say that “laughter is always the brightest in the place where the food is,” and no where is this statement truer than here at Belmont Lake Preserve NC golf community, as you can “savor the taste of Lifestyle Redefined” without leaving your own neighborhood with the delicious offerings at The Main Course at Belmont.

Since its opening day in late 2014, The Main Course at Belmont has been earning rave reviews from its customers, whether they stopped in for breakfast, lunch, dinner, or some type of catered or special event. Located at 201 Belmont Way in the Belmont Lake Golf Clubhouse, The Main Course at Belmont is open Monday through Saturday from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 p.m., and Sunday from 7:00 a.m until 3:00 p.m.

The Main Course's Seafood Sampler is always a popular menu option

The Main Course’s Seafood Sampler is always a popular menu option

Named recently by the accredited art, food, and culture website, “The Culture Trip” as one of the top ten best restaurants in Rocky Mount, NC, whether a great home cooked breakfast, an authentic American lunch, or a delicious staek or seafood offering for dinner, anytime of day, The Main Course at Belmont has you covered.

At tripadvisor.com, over 50 customers have reviewed The Main Course at Belmont, raving over the fantastic meals and service they received at the restaurant. Described by one reviewer as “ one of the best kept secrets in Rocky Mount,” and “not quite like anywhere else you will go,” The Main Course at Belmont consistently has drawn fantastic reviews since opening almost two years ago.

The Main Course at Belmont

The classic American breakfast options at the Main Course are a delicious way to start the day

Serving breakfast seven days a week, customers have noted being impressed both by the quality and great, affordable pricing whether they go with the always popular “Monster Cheese Biscuit,” one of the made to order omelettes, the “Hobo,” or any of the other standard American breakfast favorites available at The Main Course at Belmont. See their full breakfast menu here.

With a wide selection of sandwich options that include the often talked about Shrimp Po’ Boy, a fantastic Philly Cheesesteak, Robbie’s Chicken Salad, the “Tailgater” burger, and so many more, lunch time at The Main Course at Belmont is one you will also want to check out soon. Daily specials, fresh salads, and lunch “bowls and  baskets” featuring Robbie’s Famous Ribs, Chicken Tenders, and more are also available Monday-Friday during the lunch hours of 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. Check out the full lunch menu for The Main Course here.

The Main Course at Belmont

The jumbo lump crab cakes at The Main Course are a “must try” for any seafood lover

The three courses offered for dinner at The Main Course at Belmont are like no other offerings in the city of Rocky Mount.With “first course” appetizers that include a bourbon-glazed smoked pork belly offering or their delicious buffalo shrimp, there is no bad way to start. The soup of the day, or a choice of several salads make a perfect set up for the “main course” of which the choices are endless. Chef specials such as the succulent prime rib or the everyday options including several juicy, made to order steaks, seafood, chicken entrees, and the incredible prime rib pork chops keep the customers coming back for more and leaving happy every time. The full dinner menu can be seen here.

The Main Course at Belmont

Good times with friends and family await you at The Main Course at Belmont

In addition to all of the great food options, which also includes homemade desserts, The Main Course also features a full bar, where you can enjoy a few beverages either before or after a meal, or while waiting or finishing up a round of 18 holes on the spectacular, award winning Belmont Lake Golf Club. For more information on The Main Course and Belmont Lake Preserve visit belmontlakepreserve.com.


Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie Nights

Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie NightsBeginning on June 17, the summer season of fun is officially upon our area residents, as just minutes from your new home at Belmont Lake Preserve at the Imperial Centre for Arts and Sciences, the first installment of the Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie Nights, “Lawn Chair Theatre” kicks off with the George Clooney hit, Tommorrowland.

With the doors opening for the Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie Nights at 7:00 p.m., and the films beginning at 8:30 p.m., Lawn Chair Theatre is set to provide fun for all ages every other Friday night through the month of July. The movies are free of charge and shown on the lawn outside of the Imperial Centre, so it is advised that you bring chairs or a blanket to sit on during the showings.

In addition to a great family flick being shown every other Friday as part of the Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie Nights, there is always a little something more for the kids to enjoy at each Lawn Chair Theatre event. During the 90 minutes from when the doors open until the 8:30 start time of each movie, there are a variety of different fun filled games and activities for the youngsters on hand that are coordinated by the Rocky Mount Children’s Museum and Science Center (which is also located at the Imperial Centre). Also, concessions, including food, drinks, and treats are available for purchase during the Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie Nights.

The full schedule of showings for this summer’s Lawn Chair Theatre is:

The Imperial Centre, which hosts the Rocky Mount Outdoor Movie Nights is located in downtown Rocky Mount at 270 Gay Street. In the case of inclement weather, the scheduled Lawn Chair Theatre movie for the week will be shown inside at the Imperial Centre’s Education Building. For more information on Lawn Chair Theatre and all the great upcoming events taking place here, visit imperialcentre.com.

Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Concert Series
Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Lineup

ZZ Top will bring their classic mix of blues and rock to Cary on Sept. 14

While the many spa-like on site amenities and great local community events in Rocky Mount are some of the most alluring points in opting to move to the North Carolina’s premier golf community, Belmont Lake Preserve, it’s location and proximity to all of the incredible entertainment of the Triangle area such as the world class talent being showcased as part of the Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Concert Lineup in Cary.

The huge Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Lineup continues this upcoming week, with the second installment of the critically acclaimed live jazz series, the Hob Nob Jazz Series with Yolanda Rabun on Wednesday, June 1, and La Fiesta Jazz Quintet on the following Wednesday, June 8.

The majority of the remainder of June will see the world renowned North Carolina Symphony (pictured at top) and their always popular, annual NC Summerfest Series take center stage as a art of the Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Concert Lineup. This annual series sees a variety of guests joining the Symphony and the ensemble taking on different themes and genres during each performance. This remainder of the NC Summerfest Series from the North Carolina Symphony schedule is as follows:

  • June 3- Gershwin and Jazz with Joey Alexander
  • June 4- Classics Under the Stars
  • June 10- John Williams Festival I
  • June 11- John Williams Festival II
  • June 16- Beethoven Festival I
  • June 17- Beethoven Festival II
  • June 24- Broadway at the Booth
  • June 25- The Music of David Bowie: A Musical Odyssey
  • July 4- Independence Day (Free Show)
  • July 9- Beach Music with North Tower Band
Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Lineup

On August 7, the legendary Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons take the Koka Booth stage .

The national acts appearing as a part of the Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Lineup return in early July as well, with Modest Mouse taking the Cary stage on Wednesday, July 6. Flight of the Conchords is the next act to come in to Koka Booth on Monday, July 18 and the Wheels of Soul Tour featuring the Tedeschi Trucks Band, Los Lobos, and North Mississippi All Stars share the bill on July 22.

Heading into August and September, a few faces familiar to an older generation highlight the Koka Booth Amphitheatre Summer Lineup, with Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons (August 7) and ZZ Top with Gov’t Mule (Sept. 14) scheduled to appear. The Lumineers on Thursday, September 15 and Alabama with the Charlie Daniels Band on Friday, October 7 round out the Koka Booth Amphithatre Summer Concert Lineup.

For more details on any of these upcoming shows, including information on ordering tickets, visit boothamphitheatre.com.

Rocky Mount Mills 5K

Advertised as “Not Your Run of the Mill 5K,” the Rocky Mount community will come together just minutes away from your new home at Belmont Lake Preserve to enjoy a day combining active lifestyle, with great local music, and some delicious local food, all to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis as a part of the Rocky Mount Mills 5K on Saturday, June 4.

The Rocky Mount Mills 5K race itself will begin at 9:00 am, following a 90 minute period that starts at 7:30 where any entrants can come to pick up there packet for the day. The actual running/walking portion of the days events at the rocky Mount Mills 5K will start and finish at The Rocky Mount Mills. The course is set to honor the deep rooted history and scenic beauty of the city of Rocky Mount, as participants will begin by heading down Falls Road and over the Tar River. Heading next to the scenic greenway, which features both wooden paths and paved trails, all who are ”running the course” will enjoy a spectacular view of the Tar River on this route.

From the greenway, the race heads to most major points of historic and scenic value across city limits, as the Rocky Mount Mills 5K takes its runners through or past such local iconic landmarks and sights as City Lake, Sunset Park, and eventually back to Mill Village. There will be awards for the top three finishers in age categories ranging in five year increments, from under 13 years old all the way through 70 plus. The race to the finish line however will only be the beginning of the days festivities at the Rocky Mount Mills 5K, as great food, beverages, live music, and fun awaits once the run is completed.

In case the run at the Rocky Mount Mills 5K worked up anyone’s appetite or thirst, upon return, there will be a Food Truck Rodeo going on from 9:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., featuring a wide variety of both food and beverages. The participants at the “rodeo” will be: Bull Durham Beer Company, Chirba Chirba Dumpling, Chick-N-Que, Chick fil A, Healthy Grill Food Truck, JAM Ice Cream, Koi Pond Brewery, On the Square, and Sweet Taters Brewery and Restaurant.

On top of all of the great exercise and then the scrumptious tatstes of the food truck offerings, there will also be the grooving sounds of a band with local roots right in Rocky Mount and the Wilson area, Matty Begs. Described as having a “funky beach jam sound,” Matty Begs has played at colleges, taverns, and beaches across the southeast and will be providing the live soundtrack on Saturday, June 4, for the great time being had by all at the Rocky Mount Mills 5K.

The Rocky Mount Mills 5K will start at the “Mills,” located at 1151 Falls Road in Rocky Mount. Although not directly affiliated with the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, due to many personal connections to friends and family of those involved with the event battling this awful ailment, all proceeds will be donated to the charity. For further information on signing up for the Rocky Mount Mills 5K or any other details on the event, visit mill5k.com.

North Carolina Outdoor Living

With the month of May is known across the United States as “National Bike Month,” the array of Rocky Mount NC Bike Trails give you a glimpse of the incredible North Carolina Outdoor Living options give you a way to recognize this celebrated month as well as keep fit and enjoy some beautiful scenery all with in minutes of your new home at the Belmont Lake Preserve NC golf community.

The League of American Bicyclists established “National Bike Month” in 1956, with the premise that each May, the public be educated on the benefits of cycling, either for exercise, pleasure, or transportation. The North Carolina Outdoor Living options in Rocky Mount are plentiful, especially when it come to biking, as there are no fewer than five distinct parks and designated trails that specifically cater to those pedaling about. These not only give you a nice surface to ride on, but also allow you to enjoy North Carolina Outdoor Living with the scenic and historic backdrop that is Rocky Mount NC. The five pathways in Rocky Mount include:

  • Battle Park

    North Carolina Outdoor Living

    There are many winding trails that lead you through Battle Park

The largest park in the city of Rocky Mount is centered around the “falls of the Tar River.” A sprawling 57 acres in size, Battle Park once was a prime hunting and fishing ground for the native Tuscarora Indians. Those days have passed, however, the opportunity to enjoy North Carolina Outdoor Living is plentiful here, with biking and walking trails curving through the park and leading to picnic areas, a boat ramp, several fishing piers, and a gazebo

  • Sunset Park
North Carolin Outdoor Living

The beautiful scenery at Sunset Park

The city of Rocky Mount’s main park, complete with a carousel, a spray park, a boat ramp, picnic areas, tennis and basketball courts, and a skate park also offers a unique and beautiful landscape view of North Carolina Outdoor Living while you pedal your way around the trails weaving through and around the park.


  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Park

Many historians feel that the first uttering of Dr. King’s famous “I have a dream”phrase took place right in Rocky Mount at a public speaking engagement just a short time before his now iconic speech that took place on the steps onf the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C.. This historic park honoring the Civil Rights leader has a bike/waliking pathway surrounding it and among its 28.42 acres also features a playground, swings, and recreational fields.

  • The Raised Walking and Biking Path

On the way out of Sunset Park, from this wooden path you get a spectacular look at the wetland habitat along Rocky Mount’s Tar River.

  • Rocky Mount Pedestrian Bridge (Pictured at Top)

One of the longest wooden structures of its kind in the entire United States. The pedestrian bridge also crosse over the Tar River as you ride out of Battle Park.

Celebrate National Bike Month and enjoy the great scenic landscapes and history while taking in all the North Carolina Outdoor Living that Rocky Mount NC has to offer all month long and throughout the summer months. For a comprehensive guide and more details of these etrails and all of the parks in the city, visit rockymountnc.gov.

Rocky Mount Summer Events

A sure sign that the sunshine and warmth of the new season is growing near is one of the great outdoor traditions just a few minutes away from your new home in the Belmont Lake Preserve North Carolina golf community, as the Downtown Live concert series will kick off the Rocky Mount Summer Events this Thursday, May 12.

Running every other Thursday night throughout the late spring, into the summer and straight through until early fall, the Downtown Live concert series has become one of many community themed Rocky Mount Summer Events that is greatly looked forward to by residents. The Summer Music Series is free of charge and takes place in the heart of downtown on the lawn at the Imperial Centre for the Arts & Sciences, located at 270 Gay Street. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. each Thursday and the music starts rocking at 6:00. While there are not coolers allowed, food and beverages are available each week at these Rocky Mount Summer Events.

The schedule for the Downtown Live series has been announced and week one of the Rocky Mount Summer Events will feature the popular grooves of Legacy Motown Revue this Thursday. Then, following a week off on May 19, the concert series returns on Thursday, May 26 with The Entertainers. The June lineup for Downtown Live will see Jim Quick and Coastline take the Imperial Centre stage on June 9 and The Castaways on June 23.

Keeping the Rocky Mount Summer Events schedule “red hot” heading into the month of July, The Band of Oz will headline the July 7  Downtown Live concerts, with the sounds of Liquid Pleasure filling downtown Rocky Mount on July 21. August’s lineup should prove to be equally as fun, with Hip Pocket playing on the 4th and The Tams on the 18th.

Rounding out the Rocky Mount Summer Events at the Imperial Centre lawn for Downtown Live will be three September concerts. These include Steve Owens and Summertime on September 1, East Coast Rhythm and Blues on the 15th, and then closing out the series will be The Embers featuring Craig Woolard.

For further information on the Downtown Live concert series and all the great upcoming Rocky Mount Summer Events, visit rockymountnc.gov.

(Photo Courtesy of the City of Rocky Mount)

North Carolina Living

The incredible amenities and convenient location of the premier NC golf and retirement community, Belmont Lake Preserve is complimented perfectly by the rich history and picturesque parks and outdoor scenery of the city of Rocky Mount. Local blogsite, the “Rocky Mount Review” recently gave a detailed reminder of all the fantastic North Carolina Living to be done in the city, as they chronicled their “Top Ten Things to Love About Rocky Mount, NC.”

North Carolina Living

The “hometown feel” of beautiful downtown Rocky Mount

One thing that continuously draws folks looking to retire or relocate and enjoy North Carolina Living is the growth and expansion in the state. Number 10 on the “Review’s” list spoke to this as they talked the revitalization of that “hometown feel” and of Downtown Rocky Mount’s New Beginnings. Ninth on the list was the low cost of living that residents can enjoy in Rocky Mount, allowing you to experience said North Carolina Living at much lesser of an expense than the more pricey alternatives state wide in places like Raleigh or Charlotte.

Rocky Mount Mills, which is a piece of Rocky Mount history that has undergone a drastic revamping that includes craft breweries and renovated housing on the storied Tar River site checks in at number eight on the blog’s list, while nearby Edgecombe and Nash Community Colleges, as well as Belmont Lake Preserve’s neighboring North Carolina Wesleyan College and the city’s array of educational opportunities is number seven.

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NC Wesleyan College is one of many educational opportunities you have in Rocky Mount

Heading toward the Top Five reasons to love North Carolina Living in Rocky Mount, the sixth entry on the chart is the natural beauty and outdoor recreational opportunities in Rocky Mount. Along with the breathtaking landscape that is Battle Park or the Tar River Trail, number five on the list also plays into this spectacular scenery, as it is the city’s gorgeous architecture.

The artistic endeavors at the Imperial Centre for the Arts and Sciences in downtown Rocky Mount is the third reason listed that will make you fall in love with the city’s North Carolina Living and the hard working city officials, alongside community members and law enforcement driving the area’s crime rate to its lowest in almost 40 years is the third entry on the list.

Another piece of American history takes the number two spot on the list, as the positive strides toward racial equality which had some early beginnings right in Rocky Mount, as Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous “I Have a Dream” speech actually was debuted in the city before it ever became the iconic symbol of the movement. Lastly, the number one reason to love the North Carolina Living in Rocky Mount is the people. The outgoing, friendly, and welcoming community spirit in the town is second to none and once you have come to see for yourself what “southern hospitality” in Rocky Mount is all about, you to will be proud to call yourself a member of this community and to call the city and Belmont Lake Preserve your home.

Carolina Mudcats Baseball

Nothing says “summer” like the sound of the crack of the bat, the smell of the freshly cut outfield grass, and the taste of a delicious hot dog and an icy beverage under the sun at Five County Stadium. Located in Zebulon, just 35 minutes from Belmont Lake Preserve, Carolina Mudcats Baseball home games are played throughout the summer months and offers a throwback to a simpler times when family’s could enjoy a warm night at the ballpark and “root, root, root for the home team.”

Carolina Mudcats Baseball

Team mascot, “Muddy the Mudcat” is always popular with the kids at all Mudcats home games.

Currently the Carolina Mudcats baseball team is the Single-A minor league affiliate of Major League Baseball’s (MLB) Atlanta Braves. The team originally moved to its current location in Zebulon on July 3, 1991 after their initial move to North Carolina had a stop over in Wilson while the construction of Five County Stadium was finished. The Carolina Mudcats Baseball franchise was purchased in 1988 by team owner Steve Bryant, who then moved the team from Columbus, Georgia to the “Tar Heel State” in 1990.

Although currently affiliated with the Braves, the Carolina Mudcats Baseball franchise has played under several major league organizations’ banner since its formation, with countless future all-stars spending time on the diamond at Five County Stadium. The Carolina Mudcats Baseball team had their first taste of a championship while playing in the Pittsburgh Pirates organization, taking the 1995 Southern League Championship. That title winning squad was led by several time National League All-Star catcher Jason Kendall who was named the 1995 Southern League Most Valuable Player. The first Mudcats team to play in Zebulon in 1991 saw their pitching staff anchored by future World Champion and knuckleball expert, Tim Wakefield who posted a league laeding 15 wins that year.

The Carolina Mudcats Baseball team got there next Southern League title in 2003 after switching to the Florida Marlins orginization. This team was loaded with future MLB stars, including Miguel Cabrera, Adrian Gonzalez, Dontrelle Willis, and Josh Beckett. Other notable superstars that have played at Five County Stadium during the 25 years of its existence are Hall of Famer, Ken Griffey, Jr., New York Yankees star, Alex Rodriguez, Jay Buhner, Edgar Martinez, Joey Cora, who all were a part of a Seattle Mariners team that played in a 1997 exhibition game against the Southern League all stars at Five County Stadium.

Maybe the most notable star to oppose the Carolina Mudcats Baseball team on their home Zebulon turf was a Hall of Famer in a different sport, as the legendary Michael Jordan, who came in as a part of the Birmingham Bulls in 1994 during the season that he took a one year hiatus from the National Basketball Association (NBA) to give pro baseball a try.

Carolina Mudcats Baseball

The future stars of Major League Baseball are on display all summer long at Five County Stadium.

The bright future of the stars of the current Carolina Mudcats Baseball stars is as bright as the hot, summer sun that beats down throughout the summer months of North Carolina. The Mudcats organization still lives by the origina mantra of Mudcats owner, Steve Bryant, that he stated in 1991 states, that says the team looks to “excel in the Magic of Baseball, provide a positive atmosphere for families to escape to a sparkling venue that provides creature comforts that enhance quality time together. ”

For more information on Carolina Mudcats Baseball including their complete schedule, weekly specials at the ball park, and ticket information, visit their website at carolinamudcats.com.